YOUR R20 ENTRANCE TICKET GETS YOU INTO ALL OF OUR EXHIBITIONS

OUR EXHIBITIONS OPEN THE NIGHT BEFORE THE FESTIVAL KICKS OFF ALONGSIDE OUR FIRST NATIONS OPENING CEREMONY ALL STARTING FROM 18:00 ON THE 1ST OF JULY 2024

Exhibitions

Artworks from the MAPSA Collection of Contemporary Art

LANDscape[s]

PORTRAIT AWARD 2023

1st place _ Serfontein, André _ The Prince and Princess of Prince Street

Approximations to a voice: ellipsis

UJ EXHIBITION

BATTISS, Walter

Size: 59 x 63 cm
Medium: Silkscreen on single
sheet of paper

BEA, Jaffray

Porcelain
1934
50 x 50 cm

DIEDERICKS, Christiaan 

Medium: Linocut and screen-print

 DIXIE, Christine

Size: 56 x 72 cm
Medium: Etching and
photograph

DIEDERICKS, Christiaan 

Pastel and conte on
paper
1965
76 dia

BATTISS, Walter

Oil on canvas
1966
60,50 x 50 cm

COETZER, W H

Etching on paper
1900 – 1983
15 x 11,5 cm

VICTOR, Diane

Smoke drawing on
paper
2007
180 x 75 cm

VICTOR, Diane

Smoke drawing on
paper
2007
180 x 75 cm

Unknown/Ghana

Size: 200 x 230 cm
Medium: Linen embroidery

LIEBERMAN, Kim

Perforated stamp
paper with red paint
and embroidery
1969
39,5 x 35,5 cm

BATTISS, Walter

Silkscreen on paper AP
5/10
1979
28 x 39 cm

BOSHOFF, Willem

Silk Screen, Grid text
pattern on paper ed
2/10
73 x 49 cm

COETZEE, Christo

Oil on canvas with
Perspex
182 x 182 cm

Van SCHALKWYK, Jaco

Mixed media
installation on both
sides of canvas
1981
177 x 186 cm

Van SCHALKWYK, Jaco

Mixed media
installation on both
sides of canvas
1981
177 x 186 cm

VAN DER MERWE, Jan

Rusted metal and
found objects
1 x 1 x 1 x 7 m

LIEBERMAN, Kim 

Size:78 x 96 cm
Medium: Perforated stamp
sheets and silk thread

NORMAN, Catherine

Size: 110 x 140 cm
Medium: Screen-print

 BOSHOFF, Willem

Size: 103 x 94 cm
Medium: Silkscreen on fabriano

First Nations Opening

The festival is the first and only South African cultural entity to follow Khoi-San protocol, recognising the First Nations people and traditional owners of the land in public platforms and the festival programme.